Have you try celebrating Chinese New Year (CNY) in a foreign country?!
I know most of you will say yes! But what about in a country where CNY is not the celebration for the majorities?
Last year’s CNY, I was with my family; on a history-lecture holiday as well as a beach holiday in Thailand. That’s the Kanchanaburi and Hua Hin of Thailand. For full itinerary of Kanchanaburi, Hua Hin & Bangkok, click HERE!
We had 2-nights-stayed in Courtyard Marriott, at Cha’ am Beach; a four start resort hotel with the ranking at number 7 out of the 45 hotels in Cha’ am on Tripadvisor. We booked it online at half price (Yay!!!) and we were so lucky to have our rooms facing the azure blue sea. The rooms were accommodated with balconies; a perfecto little area to watch the stunning sunrise.
The lobby area… Contunue Reading
When you are travelling in Hua Hin, Thailand, you will find a lot of this sign standing along the road. No matter where you go, you will find this; along the road, or in the postcard, or even made as souvenirs (just like the small tiny one behind this large sign)
One of the famous attractions in Hua Hin is the railway station and it is actually the sign of train station in Hua Hin.
Hua Hin Train Station
The train station is built in the reign of King Rama VI. It is a wooden building with Thai concept and painted brightly in yellow and red.
Very vintage-y feel, don’t you think so???
PlearnWan @ Hua Hin is the first ever eco vintage village in Thailand.
A very special entrance, built with used and recycled items.
Like what I have said previously, This place gotta kill your memory card storage!
You will understand what i meant…
It is actually built up on an open lawn area; with a 2-storey building around.
This is a summary of my trip during the short holiday. Detailed posts will be up soon
Kanchanaburi à Hua Hin à Bangkok
Day 1 (BKK à Kanchanaburi)
We took the earliest flight from LCCT
1# Our tour van that fit 10pax excluding the driver
2# It was still early when we arrived at Bangkok. Had an early lunch at one Chinese-Thai Restaurant
3# Took 3 hours journey to Kanchanaburi and checked-in into River Kwai Hotel (the best hotel in town)
4# Shopped and snack-ed at small town center of Kanchanaburi